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About Tralee

Sitting in the county of Kerry, Tralee literally translated means "strand of the Lee (river)". Located in the southwest of Ireland, it is the largest town in the county perched on the neck of the Dingle Peninsula. Home to the "Rose of Tralee International Festiva" (since 1959) that is held annually. To get a sniff of what this is all about you will have to head to the Rose Garden in the Tralee Town Park where you will find lifelike statues of Tralee Mary O'Connor (considered to be the Rose of Tralee because of her beauty) and the author of the ballad "Rose of Tralee", William Pembroke Mulchinock. The celebrations are on the quaint side, but it is a serious tradition in Ireland.

Tralee is at the base of an ancient roadway heading south over the Slieve Mish Mountains where there is Scotia's Grave, reputedly the grave of an Egyptian Pharaoh's daughter. The town was founded in the 13th Century by Anglo-Normans, but today's Tralee was created in the 19th Century. You can still traipse around the archaeological sites such as Casement's Fort, the Sheela na gig, the Iron Age Fort over looking Tralee Bay known as "Caherconree" and the Monument to Saint Brendan that has some reproductions of ancient Irish structures.

A tourist town, Tralee has quite a few sites for those chasing little green leprechauns such as the Blennerville Windmill that is Ireland's largest functioning windmill, the Kerry County Museum depicting medieval life in Tralee and a National Folk Theater where you can lift your knees in an Irish jig. You can stroll around a woodland dating back to the 16th Century "Ballyseedy Wood" and check out some ruins, or take the weight off your feet and relax in the town park spying on the locals. If you are feeling really fit then you should do the 162km trail, Dingle Way that will probably take 8 days to complete, so it is definitely for the diehard enthusiast.

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